Making Qubits: Diamond, Photonics, Superconductors, & More

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Learn about the operational principles, requirements, and current status of different approaches to making qubits, as well as key challenges that must be overcome for the scalable fabrication of these sensitive devices.

There are many ways to make a quantum computer. Quantum states for computation can be encoded in optical photons, microwaves, ions, electron spins, and more.

Dr. Russ Renzas of Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology reviews the operational principles, requirements, and current status of different approaches to making qubits, as well as key challenges that must be overcome for scalable fabrication of these sensitive devices.

Learn about the operational principles, requirements, and current status of different approaches to making qubits, as well as key challenges that must be overcome for the scalable fabrication of these sensitive devices.

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